I'm also super excited to be taking part in the festival again this year, with the wonderful Janet Fox and Kent Davis. We had a blast last year and will be together again talking about Twisted History on Saturday at 2pm at the city library. Details here. If you can make it, please join us! All ages are welcome :)
This process did get me thinking more about twisting history. There are so many fantastic novels out there that bend and twist history just a little, adding magic or taking away some major event, or something more subtle, and I love them. Gail Carriger's Parasol Protectorate books are ones that I've really enjoyed recently--so much fun to read!
What about you? Any twisted history books you'd recommend, or maybe the big event in history you'd enjoy twisting in a novel?